Old Warwickian Association
All former pupils and staff of Warwick School are 'Old Warwickians' and we welcome your continual contact and involvement with the school.
For many years the Old Warwickian Association has been providing the medium by which contacts are developed and links with the school maintained for thousands of members throughout the world, all keeping in touch with each other and the school through the activities of the Association. More recently this work has been augmented with the appointment of the school's first Alumni Relations Officer. Together we aim to improve and extend our OW services and benefits in the years to come.
Today, members of the Old Warwickian Association span many decades, lifestyles, professions and countries. Many thousands of Old Warwickians are in contact with the school and each other and they have access to a full calendar of OW events and reunions and a fantastic network of useful and helpful professional contacts. Above all, Old Warwickians offer each other friendship and camaraderie in the years and decades after leaving School. Whether it is meeting for a drink, playing sport or attending a dinner or reunion, there are many OW events, activities and opportunities during which boys can recount their former school days and enjoy stimulating and welcoming company.
In recent years, members of the OWA have enjoyed Presidents’ Dinners in prestigious venues including Middle Temple Hall, London; the Long Room in Lord’s Cricket Ground; the Rose Room at Twickenham; the Royal Naval College at Greenwich; The Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon, The Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst; St Mary’s Guildhall, Coventry; Oxford and Cambridge Colleges, The East India Club in London and Compton Verney.
Old Warwickians are helped to keep in touch with the school and with each other through the work of Alumni Relations team and through regular Old Warwickian newsletters, the school’s Portcullis magazine and through this specific website for OWs - www.oldwarwickians.org.
With all best wishes,
OLD WARWICKIAN ASSOCIATION